A Brief History Of The First Smartphone
Handphone, also known as cell phone or cell, handphone, hand or cell, sometimes shortened to just handphone, mobile phone or hand phone, can make and receive phone calls through a wireless telephone network while the user is traveling within a phone service area without having to carry a handset. In most cases, a handphone is smaller than a mobile phone and can only carry a few numbers. The technology for making a handphone is quite simple and inexpensive. When you receive a call on your handphone, it goes to an earpiece or speaker located within the handphone. A one-time fee is charged to use your handphone and once you’ve paid this fee, you can now receive unlimited long distance calls within the area codes of the area in which you’re calling. In the United States, a lot of people prefer to have a handphone rather than their mobile phone because they want to be able to use their handphone to make a call whether they are inside the vehicle or out of it.
Mobile phones were initially invented to help people in rural areas where landlines were not available and where there was no access to a regular telephone system. After only a short time, people realized that they could make long distance calls using their cell phones and that these calls could be easily made from their office computer. As time passed, cell phones with cameras and other advanced features were added to them, along with the capability to surf the internet and send email attachments, to name a few. All of these conveniences and added capabilities have made cell phones incredibly popular with a wide range of consumers.
In terms of a modern cell phones feature that sets it apart from older style handphones, it’s the small size and stylish design that makes it so popular with consumers. Users like being able to easily fit their cell phones inside of their pocket or purse. This is why it has been difficult for any new cell phones to come along and emerge as a true competitor to the already established smartphones. Samsung has finally introduced a new generation of smartphones that come complete with a miniature palm called “The Galaxy S”. The smaller design is a direct result of the need to accommodate different hands while still providing the basic capabilities that all smartphones should be able to offer.